Julie Andrews sings about raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens in a great musical called "The Sound of Music," (classic. must watch.) and it got me thinking about all of your favorites. So, I sat you down with me, and we compiled a list of things that rock your world.
All About Ian
January 5th, 2013 - Three Years Old.
Favorite Color: Purple
Favorite Number: 1
Favorite Sport: Tennis
Favorite Song: Juice Box Hero
Favorite Game: Memory
Favorite Food: Veal Parmessean
Favorite Drink: Lemonade
Favorite Restaurant: Golden Corral
Favorite Car: Imola (our BMW)
Favorite Book: Caillou Books
Favorite Toy: My cars and tractors
Favorite TV Show: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Favorite Band: Iron Maiden
Favorite Instrument: Tuba
Favorite Place to Go: Golden Corral
Favorite Vacation Spot: Cohocton, New York
Favorite Friend to Play With: Ben
Favorite Thing to do at School: Play
Favorite Thing to do with Daddy: Play Blocks and Build Castles
Favorite Thing to do with Mommy: Play
Favorite Thing To Wear: Tractor Shirt
And here's a blast from my past: This blog post reminded me of Slam Books. Any readers out there remember those? It was a notebook, and on every page there was a heading and each line was numbered. Friends would pick a number on page one, and then on the following pages, they would answer the question or topic on their number. They were passed from friend to friend, and usually filled out when we were supposed to be paying attention in class. But since it was in a notebook, as long as the teacher didn't wander the aisles of desks, no adults were the wiser. They were a ton of fun, until someone realized that someone else answered the same "who's your crush" question with the same name as them. Lord. Middle school drama. How awesome. It's crazy to think that not that long ago, that was the thing that caused strife in life. Not mortgage payments or trying to get your kid into a good preschool. Ahh, the simpler times in life.
Well, now I've totally digressed from the point of this blog post, which was to capture your loves and favorites at this point in your life. I hope that one day you will look back and see what used to thrill your little self. And maybe some of them, like Iron Maiden being your favorite band, will not have changed.
One thing's for sure: I will always love you!